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Hello, 

My site 2-viruses.com was blocked by Malwarebytes ( topic 

). It was removed. However, it is still blocked using Browser Guard extension. 

Why it is so? I haven't found any logs provided by browser guard, btw. 

 

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Updates are accomplished separately.

I see nothing on Virus Total that would be a reason to block: https://www.virustotal.com/gui/url/c632abd0076d1cad2c5733a9c5c1ccc85504b14740c0f9e4af7c9929a2d9be75/detection

Someone from the staff will have to evaluate and whitelist this for you and they may not be in until tomorrow.

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Also, currently translation pages for this site (malwarerid.com, malwarerid.se,malwarerid.net, sicherpc.net, malwarerid.com.br, rimozione-malware.com, supprimer-spyware.com, malwarerid.jp, malwarerid.nl) label spyhunter download as "scam" , while it does not report some other downloads as such, so I assume it is specifically for spyhunter. At the moment i think the block is removed from 2-viruses? 

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Not really - These links  you have pasted are about Spyhunter build 4, if I am not wrong,  which should not even be distributed for years. Current version is 5 and it was whitelisted with mbam to as far as I know,

https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/117d35e05dca9eac2e7786d34e50f544e94b1d87fa3931570b05d90ecfc7a411/detection

And not blocked with MBAM the last time I have tried myself. 

So it is "false positive".

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Several products on your "review" page are considered pup's. Even though you do not host the download you provide a download link for the items.

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What has that to do with Spyhunter download?  

See, If ALL downloads would be blocked, then sure. But I link to other download pages (Including Malwarebytes, which I mention too) and executables (e.g. Iobit MF, which I have review). And they are unblocked. Havent checked yet with something else. Also, the same link on different sites (e.g. 2-viruses) is not blocked.  

So that has to be some sort exception for Spyhunter I assume, perhaps something else too. 

 

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If you believe it is a false positive please go ahead and submit them. I don't have or use their product or your page so I don't have or know the details.

If it's our main program blocking a link you can report it here: https://forums.malwarebytes.com/forum/123-website-blocking/

If it's Malwarebytes Browser Guard blocking it then you need to post the exact specific link that is being blocked and we'll review it.

Thank you

 

 

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Hello, the issue with malwarebytes was fixed before. 

 

The links are blocked by browser guard 

www.2-viruses.com/SpyHunter-Installer.exe
www.2-viruses.com/downloads/spyhunter2 (when linked from other sites , it is not blocked from 2-viruses as far as i have checked ) 
[domain]/downloads/spyhunter.exe 
where domain in www.malwarerid.se, supprimer-spyware.com, malwarerid.dk, www.malwarerid.net, www.malwarerid.jp www.malwarerid.com, www.malwarerid.com.br, www.sicherpc.net, rimozione-malware.com

All links lead to same executable hosted in one of few places. It is clean by virustotal. 

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I am on your site and the main site is not blocked. The link to Spyhunter is also not blocked for me.

https://www.2-viruses.com/downloads/spyhunter2

I do not see a link for the following so cannot test.

[domain]/downloads/spyhunter.exe

If the link is not available to the public then it makes it difficult to test. Where would I find the link on those sites?

 

 

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Its the link for translation domains, that I listed above, that i mentioned before - The link structure is the same, the redirect is to same location, but it is blocked. 

Furthermore, even if I link to 

//www.2-viruses.com/downloads/spyhunter2

on site www.sicherpc.net, it is blocked by browser guard for me. 

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